Jeremy Kaplan: "Don’t be evil." That’s been Google’s motto since it was first unveiled in 2000, and for years that attitude shaped the company’s attitudes, outlook, and products. And it helped turn the fledging Chrome web browser into the most Continue reading As Chrome Tarnishes, Mozilla Is Ready To Reignite Firefox With Quantum
…On Saturday November 18, Barry Fitzgerald of BW Science will give two workshops on the science behind Superheroes, exploring the Iron Man Suit, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and much more. These workshops will be held in the new state of Continue reading Celebrating Science Week in Edgeworthstown
The Coding League was started in 2016 by Alexandra Roumeliotis, a then high school junior from San Francisco, CA. Alexandra started her coding journey during the summer of 2011. Determined to program her own facial recognition app, she learned to Continue reading The Coding League: How Did We Start?
Jamin Goecker: The Tech Challenge provides students with the opportunity to learn about teamwork in a hands-on, engaging setting that is challenging and fun. Participants create a robot and programming to solve an obstacle that FIRST designates. The teams then Continue reading Robotics: Team Builds Success on Collaboration, Hard Work, and Complex Coding
Aeman Ansari: Ontario has announced a six-week competition that hopes to encourage entrepreneurs and students to develop a digital solution for students. The government is asking participants to build a digital tool to help high school students as they move Continue reading Ontario Gov’T Challenges Students To Build Digital Tools For $30,000 Top Prize
After taking C4Q’s intensive 10-month coding course, John Gomez no longer works three jobs to make ends meet and is now an Android engineer. Gomez, addressing the crowd at C4Q’s Tech Bash on Wednesday, calls its 10-month coding program ‘completely Continue reading Queens Dreamer Finds His American Dream Thanks To Tech-Based Nonprofit
Andre L. Taylor: It’s not your typical idea of volunteering but the results could have a big impact on hungry families. About 70 students participated Saturday in the fourth annual CodeLinc, which is sponsored by Lincoln Financial Group. Students are Continue reading Coding Challenge Helps Greensboro Nonprofits Feed The Hungry
Julia Gabel: The Pearcey Foundation presented the award to Adroit Research founder Jenine Beekhuyzen at the 2017 Queensland ICT Industry Awards. Beekhuyzen also founded the Tech Girls Movement, a not-for-profit organisation with the goal of engaging 10,000 girls in Science,Technology, Continue reading Founder Of The Tech Girls Movement Wins Entrepreneur Award
GhanaWeb: Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia on Saturday, September 30 launched the Madina Institute of Science and Technology at Lakeside Estate in Accra. In attendance were high-level dignitaries including the Turkish Ambassador to Ghana; Madam Nesrin Bayazit, the Ambassador or Continue reading Bawumia Launches Madina Institute of Science and Technology
[Codango: We especially like SBE Australia’s contribution to the topic. This is an excellent read. Never give up!] From Christine d’Mello’s Article: Building resilience: Julie Demsey, general manager of SBE Australia, says resilience is the fundamental answer to overcoming rejection. Continue reading How Much Rejection Can An Entrepreneur Take?